Located in an old jugendstil building from 1901, in Strasbourg, a 240 sqm attic was converted into a large duplex apartment by Paris studio f+f architectes. The apartment has been created through the conversion of old maid rooms and the above loft that was used for storage. The result is a modern interior design that will blow your mind. Take a look.
The organization is simple: all rooms (bedrooms, bathrooms, office, family room) are located on the entrance level of the apartment, whereas the top floor is one open loft space with kitchen, living, and dining area. Also, the material palette is restrained: wood flooring, black MDF that is dyed in the mass for the fixed furniture, large sheets of thin ceramic in the bathrooms and kitchen top.
The master bedroom is conceived as a little suite with walk-in wardrobe and adjoining bathroom. Natural light flows through an added large glazed panel in the roof while the existing small windows offer a view over the surrounding park. The bathroom flooring, walls and top are made of large mat marble ceramic tiles.
In the kitchen, the same MDF has been used for the woodwork and wall paneling. The kitchen island is finished with marble ceramic.
f+f architectes is a Paris studio providing architectural services. With an interest ranging from the smallest building detail to the dynamics of large urban environments, their work portfolio stretches from interior projects and furniture design to large scale cultural facilities and urban planning.
In a contemporary approach to design, deriving from their context (whether it be physical, cultural, social, economic, historic..) and according to their brief and function, the firm’s projects include a strong sense of materiality, specificity, proportions and modern technical solutions within given budget and timeframe.
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